Hollis Hammonds’ dystopian drawings and found-object installations have been widely exhibited throughout the U.S., including such venues as Redux Contemporary Art Center, the Grace Museum, the Dishman Art Museum and Women and Their Work gallery. Built on threads of personal memory tied to the public collective consciousness, her work reflects the evidence of war, natural disasters, environmental degradation and the ills of consumerism. Hammonds is an associate professor of art and chair of the department of Visual Studies at St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas.
Hammonds will work with UWMC drawing and painting students throughout the week, Nov. 6 - 9. Their work will complement her work-in-progress in the gallery throughout the week and will be on display as well.
November 6 - 9
Ahrnsbrak Gallery (room 181)
Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 5 pm